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420 Music & Arts Festival 2019 Beer Launch Party with Hypnopilot


420 Music & Arts Festival 2019 Beer Launch Party with Hypnopilot
Fri, 29. March 2019, 19:00 h - 22:00 h
New Level Brewing Co. - Calgary, Alberta
Night Club


The 420 Music & Arts Festival is excited to have New Level Brewing Co. as a festival sponsor! This is the launch party for the special Festival Brew! Come check out the Beer and others that New Level creates. You will be able to purchase the 420 Beer and take it home that night!

We will also have a special performance by Festival veterans Hypnopilot. They will have 2 half hour sets.

We will also have food available for purchase on site making this the perfect after work event! More info coming soon.

There are limited spots available, so make sure to get your tickets early. Tickets are only $10 and include a pint of the 420 Festival brew.

The full schedule will be up soon including Hypnopilot set times. Tickets go on sale Monday, February 11th 10am.

(Please note that this is a 420 Music & Arts Festival event, but is not considered a part of the actual festival itself. Festival passes cannot be used for entrance to this event.)

New Level is a Calgary based craft brewery, and we think they are a great fit with the festival. Brothers Andrew and James Ross came up with the idea for the brewery while at Maryland Deathfest and their beers are inspired by boldly flavored American Craft Beers with names and graphics that are definitely metal and stoner rock influenced.

New Level Brewing Co. will have many of their beers at the festival including draft on tap, but we are even more stoked to have them brew a special cannabis inspired 420 Music & Arts Festival beer

Go to 420 Music and Arts Festival 2019 event, 420 Music & Arts Festival page and the website at for details about this and all the other festival events!


New Level Brewing Co. - Website
7005 Fairmount Drive S.E. Unit 4140,
T2H 0J1


The Ross brothers decided to start their own brewery while attending Maryland Deathfest. In between deathmetal sets, they ended up spending a lot of time in their hotel room drinking boldly flavoured American craft beers: insanely bitter IPAS, unreal dessert stouts, and high gravity barley wines. The beers were so unbelievably good, they thought to themselves:

“Why can’t we drink like this at home? Maybe we should just start a brewery that makes what we like to drink?”

In homage to their origins, the Ross boys pair their beers with metal sounding names and graphics. New Level Brewing bends the rules of the style guidelines to create bold beers that are just a bit different from what you may have had before. They may not obey the Rhineheitsgebot, but they refuse to compromise the quality of their beer or to release anything that they don’t love.